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Gerald Green helped lift team to crown

Throughout his career, the former No. 1 high school player in the nation according to rivals.com holds a passion for the game that most players can only talk about. One of the most recent examples of that passion was when Green, a Houston native, announced his retirement to join the Houston Rockets coaching staff as a player development coach. He underwent surgery for a broken bone in his left foot in October 2019 with the Rockets. He retired two years later.
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Veteran guard Gerald Green signs with team in Puerto Rico

Free-agent guard Gerald Green has signed in Puerto Rico with Gigantes de Carolina, the team announced on social media on Saturday. Green, a 12-year veteran, will head overseas for the first time since 2011. Green most recently played for the Rockets’ G League team. He averaged 18.5 points, 5.2 rebounds...
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Houston Chronicle

Ex-Rocket Gerald Green has option to play in Puerto Rico, but NBA return is priority

Former Rockets guard Gerald Green, who has been playing with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers since leaving Houston's player development staff to restart his playing career, has an option to play in Puerto Rico but has not formalized an agreement. The team in Puerto Rico, Gigantes de Carolina, announced on...

Gerald Green considering options open despite Puerto Rican team announcement

Former Rockets guard Gerald Green, who has been playing with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers since leaving Houston’s player development staff to restart his playing career, has an option to play in Puerto Rico but has not formalized an agreement. The team in Puerto Rico, Gigantes de Carolina, announced on social media Saturday that Green and the team were in agreement on a contract. But Green’s agent Kevin Martin described conversations with the team as an “opportunity he may have following the G League season.”
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Gerald Green Says The Rockets Could Have Won The Championship In 2018: "If Chris Paul Doesn't Get Hurt, We Win A Ring. Easy. We Would've Beat Cleveland Pretty Easy. We Were Special."

The Houston Rockets enjoyed an excellent era of basketball with James Harden leading the franchise as their superstar from 2012 to 2021. Starting in 2017, they acquired legendary point guard Chris Paul to join Harden, building a team of elite role players around the duo. The Rockets were excellent in that 17-18 season, making it to the Western Conference Finals where they fell just short against the Golden State Warriors.

Gerald Green set to play for the Vipers

EDINBURG, Texas (ValleyCentral) — Gerald Green, 12-year NBA veteran, announced that he is coming out of retirement to play for the RGV Vipers. Green previously announced his retirement in October 2021 and joined the Houston Rockets coaching staff as a player development coach. Before retiring, Green had two stints with the Rockets from 2017-2019 where […]
Houston Chronicle

Gerald Green in process to join Rockets' G League affiliate

Former Rockets player and assistant development coach Gerald Green will join the Rockets’ G League affiliate, the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. Green, 35, opted on Thursday to come out of retirement and to sign a G League contract in hopes that he would be able to return to the NBA.
RealGM

Gerald Green Leaving Coaching Job With Rockets To Sign G League Deal

Gerald Green is coming out of retirement and plans to sign in the G League in hopes of making a return to the NBA. Green announced his retirement in 2021 and joined the Houston Rockets as a player development coach. Green last played in the NBA during the 18-19 season.
Houston Chronicle

Rockets assistant Gerald Green to come out of retirement, join G-League

Rockets player development assistant Gerald Green plans to come out of retirement to attempt an NBA comeback by playing through the G League, a person with knowledge of his plans said. Green was not eligible to play for the Rockets this season because he was already on the staff, but...
The Dream Shake

Gerald Green leaves Rockets coaching staff in pursuit of NBA return

The unofficial Mayor of Houston is coming out of retirement. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, Houston Rockets assistant coach Gerald Green plans to come out of retirement and sign a G-League deal. Green was in his his first year as an assistant coach after retiring at the start...
The Dream Shake

A quick chat with Gerald Green on his first year as a NBA coach

Gerald Green is enjoying his time in player development for the Houston Rockets. After playing 13 years in the NBA, Green looks content and happy to be around Jalen Green and the younger Rockets. Green was a proven high flyer and shooter while in the NBA. In my honest opinion, Gerald being around Jalen will be good because of the sharable offensive traits.
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NBA's Gerald Green Tattoos Kobe Bryant Play On Inner Bicep

Dozens of athletes and celebs have gotten Kobe Bryant tattoos in the wake of the NBA legend's passing, but Gerald Green's new Mamba ink might just top them all ... The former NBA player -- who just announced his retirement last week -- revealed he had a pic of him defending Bryant tatted on his right arm recently.
The Dream Shake

Gerald Green retires, joins Rockets staff

As of Friday evening, Rafael Stone and Gerald Green walked to the podium to announce his retirement. Green was a special dunker and became an impressive volume shooter with the Rockets between 2017-2019, which was his two-year stint with the team. He is the most appreciated Houstonian amongst spectators. Green averaged 9.7 points per game and shot 41 percent from the field in his career in the NBA. Green said:
Bleacher Report

Gerald Green Announces NBA Retirement; Joins Rockets as Player Development Coach

2007 NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion Gerald Green announced his retirement from the NBA on Friday, joining the Houston Rockets as a player development coach. Green spent 12 years in the NBA with the Boston Celtics, Minnesota Timberwolves, Dallas Mavericks, New Jersey Nets, Indiana Pacers, Phoenix Suns, Miami Heat, Boston Celtics and Rockets.